Duxbury Free Library
Not to be taken from this room
Duxbury Free Library
With a Little Help from My Friends
They told you the question on that
test you missed
so you'd know what to study for.
They let you cheat off their paper
And copy their homework
A thousand different things for you
Without them you wouldn't have made it
How they helped you over the rough spots,
And maybe made a few rough spots of
their own? Only kidding you.
What has it made you?
A little happier,
A little more secure,
And maybe it has made someone
realize that you can do almost anything
With a little help from your friends.
Everyone knows how difficult it is to be a parent
or a teacher. What people often forget is how diffi-
cult it is to be a friend. A true friend listens, when
others merely talk. He helps when others seem only
to promise. There is a young man among us who,
while following his own career and topping each of
his days with community service, is in constant
touch with the young people of Duxbury. Our class
has known him as a flawless stage director, an
energetic political mentor, a discerning social na-
vigator, a slick slicing tennis player, and above all, a
generous dispenser of his wit. Thus, the class of
1973 dedicates its yearbook to a true friend, Clyde
Vicki Carlson Nancy Evelyn Alves
Michael F. Dewire IN
Lucia Maria DiMuzio
John Aldrich; "May the sands of the Sahara blow up
your nose!" Esmerelda Thorndyke . . . GWSH . . .
Actors LTD . . . Bless you my child . . . priest . . .
Fud . . . Martha . . . Endresonitis . . . Jonathan
Winters . . . ASH productions . . . top . . . Jarvis
. . . phesty tapes . . . Clyde . . . Lunch Loser
Nancy Evelyn Alves; "Live for today for tomorrow
may never come" MGB . . . honest to god . . .
punc . . . girls night out . . . sparking . . . May 7,
1970 ... the Rambler . . . little pond . . . piddidle
... it was hysterical . . . awful cute . . . Bean ma-
chine . . . Thank god it's Friday ... 34.
Donald Irving Amado; A man like what . . . nice,
superfly . . . I've got quiet study again . . .CANDY
... my school buddy . . . sorry Skip, I won't do it
again . . . It's 4th period Marvin let's go do a good
thing ... If there is Hell below we're are all gonna
Doreen Elizabeth Andrade; "I use to say it was me,
now it's us, now it's we." MHT . . . summer of 69
. . . rough-in-it ... hi Candice . . . A.U.D.T.K. . . .
pattat . . can I have the car? . . . melowand . . .
the octopus . . . see what you made me . . .
Wendy Jane Ariagno; "Dreams can be right or
wrong, life can be short or long." Kurt . . . 8/27/72
. . . New Jersey . . . yrsdy . . . W3 & K3 . . . Fire
Island . . . D-Day . . . B & C with Kal . . . Moon-
beam . . . CP's & Cl's . . . R.L. ... at the Club Car
. . . 5163 . . . M.I.W.Y.
Lee Ben Ashton; "If you don't think you're cute no-
body else will." Sheila the model . . . G & X . . .
440 Magnum . . . B.P. . . . Sugar . . . Video . . .
Super . . . Dude . . . Super . . . high . . . Super
. . . Hood . . . Super . . . Fly.
Granville Chester Baker, Jr.; "Life is what you make
it." Too many berries . . . Harley 74 . . . Punkin
nose . . . smoke . . . haw women . . . ooey Joe
ooey . . . bog picker . . . Judy.
Mark George Battista; "Doing easily what others
find difficult is talent; doing what is impossible for
talent is genius." NEA . . . punc . . . class meeting
tonight . . . I.H.F.S. . . . May 7, 1970 . . . 34 . . .
where is Mr. Murphy . . . B-Ball . . . the Rambler
. . . Nance . . . Thank god it's Friday . . . little
Alison Berglund; "The worst day of all is that on
which you do not laugh." But, I am being serious
. . . TorreBlanca . . . thank you . . . Lemon
Schweppes . . . Goofy . . . what do you do when
you get to the end of a lollipop? . . . my fair weath-
ered sister . . . wicked.
Cynthia Marsha Bitters; "For life is made of little
things, so let me not forget to count my smallest
blessing." Skies, roses, and the beach . . . the Tank
. . . planned speeches . . . foldable knees . . .
sugar . . . eating again . . . Super . . . Y.G.A.F. . . .
I corinth 13 . . . P.T.L.A.
Leonard Alton Borgatti; "So close yet so far away."
Shay . . . New London, Conn . . . giggles . . . love
. . . bog pickers . . . ooey Chuck ooey . . . smoke
. . . haw women.
Thomas B. Boucher, Jr. "To be phony is to hide
yourself." Feb 5 . . . shaddup Monks . . . the camp
. . . Buttime . . . round parking lights . . . Baseball
. . . Yaw . . . sheeeet . . . Friday night . . . bashes-
brick . . . Iron Monster.
Catherine Boulerice; "Rejoice, rejoice we have no
choice but to carry on." Graham Nash . . . music
. . . there is a Latin Club meeting today . . .
Siempre estoy my cansada . . . where's this go Miss
Frame? . . . guitar . . . Spanish and Italian . . .
James Ralph Bradford III; "Civilization is a progress
from an indefinite incoherent homogenate toward
a definite coherent heterogenety." AFS . . . Austra-
lia . . . the dump 120 mph . . . shift your years . . .
Aldrich . . . 82 . . . Soccer 72 . . .50 miles to Cong
. . . Mountain Man.
Barbara Ann Brehm; "I'll either find a way or make
one." U.S.C.G.A. . . . Bill . . . little Dude . . . Moon
River . . . dog tags . . . surprise . . . Country Roads
. . . shallow water blue . . . Tom Paine . . . I.D.
. . . Tad . . . choir . . . head majorette . . . Friar's
Gate . . .Duxbury Pizza . . . A.J. . . . tenors are
best . . . ain't love grand!
Russell Spencer Browne; "The greatest pleasure in
life is doing what people say you cannot do." Foot-
ball? . . . W.P.F.S. . . Dick look out for the car!
. . . give us this day our daily brew . . . regulars
. . . way way down back . . . I.H.F.S.
Vicki Carlson; "The things we most remember are
the things we should forget." Geoff . . Hawaiin
punch . . . 7/4/71 . . cherokee . . . H.P. . . .
G.N.O. ... Big Bong . . . wrought gut . . . Kimbies
. . . Dingaling . . . Rise and shine . . . card shop
. . . good job fellas . . . hats . . . 7" . . . 40,000
Headmen . . . Frogs . . . World War III.
Jill Madeline Cislaghi; "The most useless day of all is
that in which I have not laughed." Jilly-Bean . . .
Oh jeez . . . hey Em . . . tootsie and terri . . .L.J.
and O.J. . . . Jen . . . Ma-Nan . . . Teddy Bear . . .
guitar . . . H.P. . . . B.B. . . . S.B.
Connie Charles; "Whatever is true, whatever is hon-
orable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever
is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is any-
thing worthy of praise, think about these things."
W.C.I.S. . . page 11-14 . . . Newington . . .
P.T.L.A. . . baby grand.
Cynthia Cotton; weekends . . . Vermont bike trip
. . . Dave's #1 . . . S.Y.F. retreats . . . Worm-
stead's always near . . low spark of high heeled
boys . . . summer . . . love it . . . I'm so excited
. . . skiing . . . Dimp . . . can't wait . . . USCGA
. . . imparfaita step in story . . . Phoebe . . . new-
chapter . . . CO-Mi-Vid . . . Saturday night Oct.
Reynolds Prince Cushing, Jr. "I am seeking only to
face realities and to face them without soft con-
cealments." #11 . . . Cashman . . . hockey forever
. . . hummin' with Bun . . . We're flyin' . . . Con-
necticut again . . . Lynch Loyota . . . Hal where's
the wife? . . . He's hurting . . . please rain . . .
Miami Beach . . . Gak's leg.
Joyce Davis; "Happiness is love. Love is giving
more than you ever expect to receive." Jimmy . . .
Hey Bob how bout a ride . . . Braintree . . . jelly-
beans . . . July 13 . . .71 Javelin . . . Chinese food
. . . it's Monday again.
Kim Annette Desmarais; "To have, to hold and, in
time, let go." Kimaroo . . . 3/10/71 ... Go Carts
. . . H.P. . . . Hawaiin Punch . . . Jesem Crow . . .
N.H. . . . Prom . . . Big Al . . . Sunburn blisters . . .
moderate . . . G.N.O. . . . Fire Hydrant . . . the
other Kim . . . Frogs . . . Kim, I have to get out of
Michael F. Dewire III; "You can never plan the fu-
ture by the past." Who's driving? . . . forget it . . .
65 classic 770 . . . Angelo . . . what homework . . .
Cisco . . . just turning around, officer . . . shubie
. . . 7-11 . . .my clock fell off again . . . hey Harry
can't I have to work.
Janet Lynn Dimase; "If only I may grow: firmer,
simpler— quieter, warmer." d.c. . . . remember
Conn, kim . . . god . . . hot's . . . unreal . . . snob
. . . lemons . . . hungry kim . . . sacrifice . . .
Lucia Marie DiMuzio; "You are what you make
yourself." ya, I'M new! ... I'm from Cambridge
. . . huh? . . . what is that? . . . Who is that?
Barbara Harrington Doran; "Some people see
things as they are and say why, I see things as they
could be and say why not."
David G. Ducharme; Party at Small's house . . . it's
my favorite thing . . . Green Frog ... I love it . . .
Mr. Keebler sir . . . shipyard . . . hey pilgrim . . .
munchies . . . too much hassle . . . the regulars
. . . sunshine . . . get a haircut . . . take it easy
Joan, I'm kidding . . . play it brief ... to the beach.
Julie Helen Fallon; "You don't find life worth living,
you make it that way." Sam . . . Hey, Spence . . .
que pasa? . . . brothers . . . April Fool's Day . . .
vit . . . Hadley . . . Wagoneer . . . moosketeers
. . . leroy . . . sheer madness . . . A & P . . . bike
riding . . . ya know your cute . . . C.D.S. . . . 3 . . .
club 58 . . . it's been real ciao.
Rebecca Jo Foisy; "Lord make me an instrument of
thy peace." Patrick Angelo Leo . . . California drea-
min . . . nerak naganalf . . . sorta kinda but not
really . . . Capricorn— Taurus . . . P.C.N. S. . . .
crazy Italian . . . Opel Gt.
Philip Bruce Fontaine; what . . . mad stork . . .
uncle Bill and the dogs . . . Boston . . . toad . . .
don't let those dogs out . . . brilk bread . . . right
. . . the white truck ... 36 olds . . . The Wild Bon-
sainey Philip Brutashious Galopigus Fontainith Horn
I said Horn I mean Horn!
Robert Bruce Foster; "The more things a man is
ashamed of, the more respectable he is." Gi-got
your books . . . window . . . I.H.F.S. . . . take it
. . . Kokins' house . . . what's the story ... 15
backdoor . . . superfoot . . . #23 . . . gots to cut
the wires . . . Blairhaven . . . caught . . . esme-
relda . . . he's loaded . . .
Dwight M. Fowler; "Don't put off till tomorrow
what ya can do today, because if you enjoyed it
today, ya can do it again tomorrow." Chester, W.S.
. . . Curtis . . . 4,000 footers . . . don't harbor . . .
a six of tall Millers ... 27 breaks please . . . thumb
me daddy . . . don't work to hard.
Denise Ann Friend; "Thou hast always been with
me, tho we have been always apart." Greg . . .
Briarwood . . . college it next . . . the stage . . .
YUK ... no comment . . . The Family . . . Judi W
. . . Cohasset . . . God's child . . . Chad . . . P.P.
. . . Heather . . . dappy dave . . . Nov 27 . . . B.E.
. . . sophomeres . . . Cistopher ... my sons . . .
Ellen Regina Maguire
Linda Elizabeth Maclver
Patrick Joseph Moroney
Meredith Barker Galassi; "To find out what one is
fitted to do and to secure an opportunity to do it, is
the key to happiness." Wa . . . Joe Gozonkas . . .
H.P. . . . seahorses . . . Ernie's friends . . . you're a
riot . . . ding-dong ... I don't believe you . . . it's
a gift . . . Harvard . . . blue ten-speed.
Doris M. Garnett; "Love is never saying no to a
friend." hay Bob how's it hanging . . . Janis Joplin
. . . that's life Beverly bumps ... kid you study for
the history test . . . you want 'ta skip home ec . . .
peanut brittle . . . what's happen Bev . . . superfly
. . . hi mare.
Joann Marie Grady; "The wise man is he who
stands in wonderment before all things."
Wallace Allen Greely; "The great majority of men
exist but do not live." S.J.M. . . . Moose, Moose II
and B. Moose . . . bloat . . . May 22, 1971
Larry, shut up . . . use your antlers Moose . . . get
that linebacker . . . Chane ... rat bone stew . . .
cactus . . . Hagstrom I . . . please rain . . . J.C.
John Bradford Greer; "Places to go, things to do
and people to meet." once upon a lump . . .
G.W.S.H. . . . let's gip the negro ... far out . . .
S.O.U.L. . . . are you a turtle . . . ain't that a duck
. . . this is true . . . spade . . . not in the manual
. . . be kool!
Stephen Wright Hallowell; "As I grow older and
more mature, my ideas about life constantly
change." Kakimuchi . . . Nakimiso . . . Nose' . . .
14 . . . 26 . . . Aloha . . . Phantom man . . . shit
shot . . . poof . . . Bailey's . . . darkmeat . . .
B.B.G. . . . Dot . . . Gak . . . hockey tonight . . .
shoot! . . . Scituate . . . Pembroke . . . somebody
will you backcheck please.
David John Hammond; "We have me the enemy
and they are ourselves." NS . . . which way to Free-
port? . . . the whole school is on drugs . . .
McKelveys . . . truckin' around Bar Harbor . . .
Jim's house . . break please . . . Chicago . . .
motobecanes don't pollute.
George Hansen III; "How small are grains of sand.
Yet if enough are place in a ship they sink it." H.L.
only year late . . . sorry H.M., P.M., S.B. . . . fare-
well Boone . . . thanks J.T., J.C., M.E. . . . must hit
Mac's . . . cc and dd.
Thomas Martin Hansen; "Without music, life would
be a mistake." Work, learn, work, learn, work, learn:
thus we can get somewhere . . . I'm just here for
the credits . . . NEC . . .I must go home and prac-
tice . . . pj . . . Bela Bartok Fan Club . . . You're off
pitch . . . EmF . . . breakfast club . . . records . . .
John Henry Haskell; "War is hell. Let's try poker."
CVB . . . Key . . . WKEY . . . choir . . . band . . .
here comes hoppys . . . GWSH . . . actors LTD
. . . October 27th . . . Meltzer . . . Charlie Brown
. . . good old reliable Nathan . . . Barney . . . ASH
productions . . . Edith.
Gwenn Wadsworth Herrick; "Live for today." look,
don't hassle the ducks . . . soccer . . . boot it Lucy
. . . Saguish ... red jeep . . . basketball . . .
G.N.O. . . . where are you sleeping tonight? . . .
talent . . . countdown 10, 9, 8, . . . clown much
. . .pumpkins. . . Kim, how about some flowers?
Kathryn Oakes Hilliard; "This business of living was
meant to be more than plodding along each day
with heads bowed down and eyes on the ground
while time ticks away." camping . . . England and
Scotland . . . you beast . . . girls state . . . tenors
are best . . . Dallas . . . P.B.G.S.C.
Ann Marie Irwin; "Everyone should have a fair size
cemetery in which to bury the faults of their
friends." Heafty . . . don't hassle me . . . Feb. 14,
1970 . . . everybody's always picking on me ... I
can't do it . . . blame it all on me it's all my fault.
David Carleton Jenness; "You know you can't hide
when you're crippled inside." Chalkdust . . Dec.
30 . . . AYUM . . . what is reality? ... the golden
fleece . . . Star Island ... FH? ... fire swgn
theatle . . . textbooks . . . teste the clown ... oh
you guys are so carazy!
Lawrence Francis Johnson; "We all live under the
same sky but we don't all have the same horizons."
Michael Stevens Kennedy; "Art may err, but nature
cannot miss." MV . . . Joyce . . . Gi, chicks! . . .
#12. . . around the back pass . . . Bob now . . .is
equal to whaaa . . . earmuffs . . . Jimmy, my al-
gebra . . . Katurfa . . . Mr. Pagnano can I play now
. . . I.H.F.S. . . . converse 1,2,3,4 . . . light to light
Peter L. Kokins; "Farewell to you and the youth I
have spent with you." you got beat . . . bowlingball
. . . don't waste it . . . cimmean . . . downback
. . . yeah, I'll get right on it . . . Abadie gomme!
Louis Mark Lagakis; "I am always at a loss to know
how much to believe of my own stories." Gak . . .
#14 . . . Wash, sticky on both sides . . . hey Hal
Lori C. Samuelson
Craig Harold Royle
Richard Kurt Schaffer
Susan Linda Shirley
Catherine Buchanan Sollis
. . . going cruisin . . . Simsbury excursions . . .
much brew . . . that's a serious blunder . . . ARCO
. . . Hoop . . . that kids hurtin'.
Cathy Marie Lane; "How often time is silence the
wisest of replies." Like I said . . . Sol's driving again
... the hotrod . . . K.L. & W . . . strike! . . . Cape
. . . LA . . . what's goin on tonight?
Leigh Barton Lench; "If you have something you
love let it go free, if it comes back keep it, if it never
returns, it was never yours." Chip . . . 12/30/69
. . . Hawaii . . . AhhHaa . . . Vermont . . . Dux-
bury Days 1970 . . . black . . . Boston . . . cows
. . . weekend at W.E.B.U. . . . Blackbird . . . clove
. . . threesome.
Susan Ann Lougee; "Ready am I to go, and my ea-
gerness with sails full set awaits the wind." July 7,
1970 . . . Bebe . . . home by 10:00 pm . . . I'm late
. . . have to go home and sew . . . Beach Boys . . .
Bermuda . . . twinkies . . . Leigh, the threesome
again? . . . sorry.
Linda Elizabeth Maclver; D. B. . . . the corner . . .
party! . . . summer of '72 . . . brothers . . . whew
that's strange . . . Scituate . . . positively Jake . . .
wanna take a walk outa here . . . down back . . .
Diane May MacNab; "Better to forget and be
happy than to remember and be sad." E.C.V. . . .
July 8, 1972 . . . beach . . . movies . . . hospital
. . . moods . . . WNA . . . DQ . . . trust . . .
L.G.T.B. . . . forever . . . Field Hockey . . . Camp
. . . Rise & Shine Dingaling . . . Junior birdsmen
. . . Plug . . . Battada . . . CP'S & CI'S.
Mary Lynn Maddock; "People live from day to day
but they do not count the time they don't see their
days slipping by and neither do I." James Taylor.
Martha Sinclair McCormick; must follow/but if you
fall, you fall alone/to lead you fall, then who's to
guide you/if I knew the way/I would take you
home./ ("ripple"-the grateful dead)
Denise Marie McGann; "I think; therefore I am."
RPF . . . thursdays . . . summer of 72 . . . Duke
and Dan . . . chapstick . . . Ferg & Chap . . .
Chink-Food . . . Ginand . . . Lemonade . . . Mag-
gie . . .Hit or Miss. . . weekends in New York . . .
like I said . . . Bob, Lil and Robie . . . Good-bye.
Ellen Regina Maguire; "If you bring your gifts to the
altar and there recall that your brother has anything
against you, leave your gift at the altar, go first to be
reconciled with your brother and then come and
offer your gift."
Ellen McGarigal; "I've looked at life from both sides
now! Your children are not your children. They are
the sons and daughters of life's longing for itself.
They came through you but not from you, and
though they are with you yet they belong not to
Kim llene McMahan; "Sounds of laughter, here
comes sunshine smiling faces all around." some-
body help me . . . Saguish special . . . girl man-
agers . . . woosums . . . where are you sleeping
tonight Gwenn? . . . ferocious fingernails . . . sun-
burned Kim! ... hi Lez . . . pumpkins . . . Conn.
Janet . . . brakes working today . . . bring back
summer . . . G.N.O.
Connie Mary Merlet; "Don't let it get you down; it's
only castles burning; just find someone who is turn-
ing and you will lowe around." today . . . now . . .
Q.B.S. . . . are you paranoid? . . . Boston . . .
Candy Con . . . visiting Mr. P . . . Hannibal Heyes
. . . ph . . . is that all there is?
Nance Ann Merrick; "Never do today what you can
do tomorrow." Cherry Chucker . . . P.B.G.S.C. . . .
Duxbury Pizza . . . mental mental mental . . .
Nickerson . . . George ... oh brother ... I'm out
of control! ... hi Kath hi Cath . . . I've got to learn
Greek . . . ice-cream . . . some people . . . let's go
John Bradford Metheany; "Truth is stranger than
fiction— to some people, but I am measurable fa-
miliar with it: There are those who scoff at the
schoolboy . . . yet it was the school-boy who said,
"Faith is believing what you know ain't so."
Judson John Mitsock; "Truth is sanity" . . . salted
peanuts . . . "Chalkdust" . . . confirmation . . . Ba-
hamas . . . change . . . enthusiasm . . . firesign
reater. . .freaks. . .dever. . ."A". . .4th of July
. . . "Star" . . . tap dancing . . . what is reality? . . .
Dec. 30th ... Rat Bone Stew . . . "Inginity of the
void" . . . Museum of Art.
Sherman G. Monks; "Live life as it comes don't try
to take short cuts." Feb. 5 . . . ride . . . Friday
nights bashes . . . Tom, not so loud . . . who's got
the car tonight . . . what's happinin . . . butt time
. . . the camp . . . round parking lites . . . let's play
baseball . . . Booooch.
Patricia Anne Weatherlow
Deborah Woodcock White
Patrick Joseph Moroney; "If you smile at me I will
understand cause that is something everybody
does in the same language." C.A.D. . . hey look,
Buzzwald . . . Silver Lake . . . kiss off . . . Neil . . .
cat smile . . . they don't burn funny . . . sunrise
. . . Walker, you dog bit me today.
Michael Joseph Mueller; "Peace be within thy
walls." Drunkin Dory . . . spike . . . Saturday night
at Murphs . . . January first . . . Jane . . . Dennis
you fish . . . Jack, I gotta drive this car . . . Swamy
. . . looks like a rat . . . hey sport . . . did we ever
work? . . . gettin high . . . must hit Mac's.
Brian Thomas Murphy; "Love is part of life." "If you
don't love you don't live." what's happening Reid?
. . hoochie . . . Doug, lets go skiing . . . Small's
house . . . Jan. 1, 1972 . . . Duxbury Mafia . . .
popping corn at High Pines . . . getting beat in
Jeanne Marie Murphy; "Look upon the sunlight and
see not the shadow you cast." nine cents a lb . . .
for your birthday . . . Pumpkin-Rolling . . . Sibleys
Party . . . Murph . . . Pattata . . . Nancy, split a six
. . . cheerleading . . . Janet, get going . . . summer
Pamela Mary Myette; "I feel there is an angel in me
whom I am constantly shocking." Lamb . . . maisa-
taisa . . . sinnet . . . thank-you goofy . . . what is
his real name . . . seahorses . . . Gangway ... I
can't serve . . . Today . . . where is PLM . . . me
act ... is that all there is?
Jennifer Lue Newkirk; "A friend is a person with
whom you dare to be yourself." Sam, it's a definite
. . . red smeakers, white carnations and purple
sweaters . . . blonde . . . Europe, BOAC '72 . . .
Norge . . . Runa jeg har sandi mitt oye . . . first
John Orth; "Live for today, there may be no tomor-
row." where's the brew . . . who's got the car . . .
why in the hospital . . . just remember if there is no
brew don't go.
Frederic Collins Osborn; "Do what thy manhood
bwds thee do, from none but self expect applause,
be nobles lives and noblest dies who makes and
keeps those self made laws.
Moira Susan Otsuki; "We are calling everyone to
another shore where we can laugh our lives away
and be free once more." S.W.H. . . . Canada . . .
H.P. . . . vit . . . P.I. . . . T.P.W.'s . . . you ain't
much . . . hippish . . . 25 . . . N.H. . . . mosseka-
teers . . . 14 . . . hemo, demo . . . what's wrong
. . . locket . . . I'm sorry.
Richard Paul Palumbo; "Man cannot discover new
oceans unless he has courage to lose sight of the
shore." Soccer anyone? . . . thanks Chip . . . not
again . . . Feb. 5th wish I was there . . . what luck
. . . Hanover Mall . . . the camp ... gin & collins
. . . the beach.
Sharon Pauline Paton; "Attempt the end, and never
stand to doubt; nothing's so hard, but search will
find it out."
David W. Paulson, Jr.; Franke . . . dog-faced tiger
. . . al woop whoop whoop whoop whoop . . .
pleasantly plowed under . . . the jazz revolution
. . . Wally ... it ain't just good bananas that come
from Jamaica! . . . happiness is taking sneak nib-
bles . . . E.M.C.? ... six to eight weeks, or the next
Pamela Anne Peters; "The road goes ever on and
on down from the door where it began." MIT-ESP
. . . poet/artist . . . panejameel . . . DSN . . .10-
speed bicycle trips . . . walling Angus . . . Arlo
Gutherie forever . . . anyways.
Andrew Pollock; "Judge a man by his character."
Stai Scout . . . Camp Squanto . . . Ambassador sta-
tion wagon . . wild million schemes . . . plate
clocks . . . YAF . . . Dux. vrs. Voc . . . Baritone.
Catherine Powers; "We are but of yesterday and
know nothing, because our days upon earth are a
Donna Purin; "The friends of my friends are my
friends." Rainbows . . . thank-you, it's my sisters
. . . backtable ... oh Irwin . . . maj greene . . .
last thing we need now is four more years.
Stephen Rawson; "Don't fake it, be it." gotta work
. . . can I have the car ... 18 stitiches . . . what's
happening Shep . . . where's Dave . . . I.C.U. . . .
John H. Reid; Jack could use a brew ... at the cor-
ner ... at the beach ... at Blairhaven ... at the
Monument ... at Shipyard . . . the yellow ma-
chine . . . too much . . . hassel . . . what ever hap-
pened to Fred . . . we need papers . . . get him out
Janet Leigh Robinson; "When you're right, no one
remembers. When your wrong, no one forgets."
Vultures unite . . . the good summer . . .
U.S.C.G.A. ... hey strange lady . . . CHILD . . .
Hartford Hilton Holiday . . . O.K. . . . Munchkins
in the water . . . biking . . . Sunday at Barney's . . .
breakfast club . . . 10-SNE-1? ... not crazy,
Craig Harold Royle; "You see things as they are;
and ask why? But I dream things that never were
and I ask Why not." Dez . . . Club 58 . . . caught
. . . tell me about it! . . . P.R.I. . . . where's the
party . . . Gak . . . two packs please.
Judy Hays Salt; "It's hard to live with you, but
harder to live without you." Kip . . . Friday night
. . . the cabin . . . S.P.O.A. . . . Baby Grand . . .
Queens S . . . sure Gerald . . . neat . . . $20 . . .
you worry too much . . . maroon Galaxie . . .
Temple Street ... up your bucket . . . ripped blue
Lori C. Samuelson; only joshing ya! . . . parties at
Carne's . . . Pete's class . . . Queenie . . . going
scoopin . . . psyched much? . . . summers at Dux-
bury Beach . . . Humocks . . . the Rex . . . Second
Society . . . what a spess . . . hey Sam ... I can't
find the time to tell you.
Mark B. Saunders; Sunshine . . . thoughts . . .
paradise . . . love a sleeper . . . 1972.
Stephen Francis Sbraccia; "Laughter is all the food
you need." G.W.S.H. . . . ASH productions . . .
Actors LTD . . . WKEY . . . WCVB . . . T.O.P. . . .
license . . . the Key . . . The Jarvii . . . Meltza Sel-
tzer . . . 8th grade plays . . . Recreation . . .
chased since grade 9 ... so you're Sbraccia, eh?
. . . school food . . . one liners . . . lunch loser
. . . AARADVARKS.
Richard Kurt Schaffer; "May your spirits be high
and your life be good as long as your soul exists."
Jeep . . . Gino's . . . I.H.F.S. . . . where's the brew
. . . Jimmy, where's Russell? . . . #70 . . . way
down back . . . mailboxes . . . Bill, find mountain
. . . give us this day our daily brew.
Beverly Jean Sears; "Life is living it day by day."
Cookie how about fried shrimp, pinnapple . . .
That's life . . . Freddies dead . . . Superfly . . .
peace . . . love . . . peanut butter cups . . . pool
open yet . . . camping . . . Mr. K . . . you home
work done . . . what . . . Cricket ... Hit Bob . . .
Susan Linda Shirley; "Very few people can make in-
sane things sound perfectly sane, and that is what
makes them so special." Merg . . . Jam . . . the
bearded people-person . . . Rainbow . . . W.A.
. . . immergance . . . eggpeople . . . Brunswick,
Me . . . G.I. brat . . . the cloud painted house . . .
elevators . . . elevators . . . elevators!
Victoria Shirley; "My life is no idle dream, but a sol-
emn reality. It is my own; it is all I have to front
eternity with." M.P.E. . . . what's new? . . . where
do you want to go? . . . Pink Donna . . . goin' out
tonight Cath? . . . April 1 . . . the Monument . . .
Janet Sylvia Sibley; "Little laughter be the love of
your life." Peter . . . 11/14/70 . . . 1970-71 . . .
neighborhood fun . . . Halloween . . . Pumpkin-
rolling . . . flowers . . . j. prom . . . that time at
Powers . . . well alright . . . little old red V.W. . . .
no radio . . . C.P.'s & C.l.'s . . . Jeannie Bean . . .
Catherine Buchanan Sollis; "Never for the sake of
peace and quiet, deny you own experience or con-
victions." D.A.E. . . you missed it . . . hey Lane
. . . the hot rod . . . guess who Vicky's with again
. . . Steve, think of something to do . . . what's
happenin' . . . the Cape . . . L.A.
George Anthony Sonntag; "The happier the time,
the more quickly it passes." Chip . . . we'll see
. . . K.L.B. . . . #23 ... Mr. Drunkin Donuts . . .
whats up? . . . Gak, the clock ... 15 regulars . . .
Mic and Knick . . . Great . . . Marshfield ARCO
. . . play some Hoop . . . Mr. K. do I have to run?
. . . Brew.
Lucy Jane Sproul; If the whole world agreed with
me, they'd all be right." Magi . . . N.H. . . . boot it
. . . what cha doin' tonight Gwenn? . . . gotta buy
some orange juice at Curtis . . . going pumpkin
stealing . . . it's a cop car . . . just cruising . . . just
cruising . . . party? . . . hard hats on Halloween
Lizabeth Anne Storrs; "In order to enjoy something
beautiful you must be well to be sad when it's
over." goin' west . . . Colorado . . . cowboy boots
. . . double G's . . . Rangely . . . Feb. 12, 1972 . . .
Don Juan . . . giggle . . . Charlie . . . silly girl . . .
taxi . . . best buddies ... oh my God . . .
Runa Strand; "Fire in the fireplace, candlelights,
tea." Saturdays and sundaes . . . see the ocean . . .
the beach . . . feel the wind and the rain . . . Haa-
konsgate 25, Norway . . . A.F.S. . . . Myles View 65
. . . Eacy day, a new beginning . . . one way JA.
Bruce Suk; "Take a 50 pound pill, pal, and color it
purple." you know why I call you a . . . cause your
mouth looks like a . . . Durenda . . .Oct. 1971 . . .
J.B. . . .June 1970. . .stocks. . .62 Bella. . .Turk
. . . sbidmark . . . spasm . . . H.D. . . . Keene . . .
K . . . now, now peoples . . . joy . . . J.R. . . . but I
love to does it ... L.
Donna Grace Swanson; "Tomorrow may find me at
last, turning my back on the past." yuchah . . .
Ricky, caterpillar . . . goin' over to Chuck's . . . it's
different . . . chocolate chip cookies . . . concert
master at last . . . J.R.R. Tolkien . . . gum addict
. . . you can always tell by the eyes, Mr. J.
Catherine Lynn Tellin; "We are all in the gutter but
some of us are looking at the starts." windy . . .
wanna ride Cath . . . P.B.G.S.C. . . . when ya work-
ing Merr . . . C'est la vie . . . blue bomb . . .
camping . . . Nickerson . . . hot chocolate . . .
why only 40 words.
James Kehue Mark Tonrey; "I sit on man's back
chocking him, making him carry me, yet assure my-
self, I'm sorry and wish to lighten his load by all
possible means— except by getting off his back."
Carol . . . #16 . . . aliee ... 10 regs . . . Seamus
. . . bob-white.
Cheryl Ann Turner; "So little time; so much to
know." Squeaky . . . toodles . . . hey sis . . . I'm
hungry . . . what are you a turtle . . . purple . . .
right gotcha . . . Ickabomb . . . what did I just say
. . . shnazzzy . . . the family ... we all live in a
yellow orgy wagon . . . Feb. 14, 1970 . . . love.
Lawrence Edward Vienneau; "And in the end the
love you take is equal to the love you make." Nan-
tucket . . . Wally-Wally . . . jump back Jack . . .
the beach . . . We're all in this together . . . gus
burger . . . finished.
Michael Joseph Vienneau; "the most dis-
advantageous peace is better than the most just
war." I can't think of anything.
David Warwick; "Never say never." gimme a break
. . . what do ya mean . . . I'm one on everybody
. . . Strawberry Hill forever . . . you talk about
numb . . . Feb. 5 . . . don't worry, we're not gonna
get caught ... get off my back . . . D.I. . . . what
can I say.
Gregory Scott Washburn; "He who succeeds at
everything has nothing." #1 . . . sticky on both
sides . . . ooh feel that breeze . . . beach ... oh
that's cute . . . freezer sweeper . . . Cove Street
. . . Cush there's enough for one more . . . 3rd pe-
riod . . . boat . . . cruising . . . he's hurting . . .
we're number 1 . . . Ronans.
Patricia Ann Weatherlow; "I would walk with all
those who walk. I would not stand still to watch the
procession passing by." Boston . . . candy corn
. . . oe veh . . . Kid Curry . . . nizzer . . . green
Toyota . . . are you paranoid . . . Q.B.S. . . . Ac-
tors LTD ... do you bleach your hair?
Deborah Woodcock White; "It is not what is
around us, but what is in us; not what we have, but
what we are— that makes us really happy." Debo
... we can make each other happy . . . forever
. . . H.O. . . . Andy? . . . Livingston Road . . .
Bouser . . . us . . . Pudge.
Terri Lyne Whitehouse; "we meet to part and go
our separate ways." Rick . . . Harold . . . hey lynni
. . . mustang ... J. Geils . . . seen my curly head
John Whitley; "Stop the world, I want to get on."
Garlic Bread . . . skidmark . . . Diane W? . . . new
car? . . . Hanover #9 . . . gone . . . finest . . .
can't ... no money.
Eleanor Ann Wickham; "People are so eager to find
fault in one another, you would think it was a re-
ward." T.H.L. Edith Ann . . . Mushman ... A & P
. . . now me Auntie Leslie . . . M.F.A. . . . 1/11/70
. . . 7/3-7/5 . . . summer Sundays . . . Jungle
Beach . . . Zac . . . that would be fun (tee-hee)
. . . M.E.M.
David Jenney Wilber; "The waters are rising, but I
am not sinking." 50/hour . . . Bailey's Field . . . Ro-
nans . . . please rain . . . Gaks leg . . . Baldies . . .
big blue . . . Llzum . . . Okemo . . . shambled
notebook ... on the goal line . . . warehouse . . .
kitchen crew . . . where's Cushing . . . day by day
. . . #30/.
Melodie Leigh Young; "How many a year has
passed and gone, and many a gamble has been lost
and won, and many a road taken by many a friend,
and each one never seen again."
Sandra Lee Zollin; "A friend multiplys joy and di-
vides grief." S.S.M. . . . the movies . . . right . . .
I'm not scared . . . scarecrow ... I don't know
. . . back table . . . meet me at the library . . . who
are you trying to please . . . tuna fish again.
No one would have recognized the DHS gym if
they had seen it on May 12, 1972. There were flow-
ers on the tables, a small footbridge in the center,
and a beautiful mural on the side wall. Was this a
formal basketball game? No, it was our Junior
Prom, "Love Is Blue".
The best part of the evening was the crowning of
Cathy Powers as queen, with Kim Desmarais and
Jennifer Newkirk as her court. The queen, her court
and their escorts danced to Mr. Kostreva's rendition
of "Love Is Blue".
The brandy snifter, presented to each couple, will
remain a fond reminder of one of the highlights of
our high school years.
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Best Personality: Jeanne Murphy, Alison Berglund
Best Looking: Jim Tonrey, Liz Storrs
Class Clown: Jill Cislaghi, Steve Sbraccia
Contributed Most to DHS: Jack Haskell, Cathy Powers
Most Creative: Larry Vienneau, Phil Fontaine
Class Couples: Moira Otsuki and Stephen Hallowell, Mark Battista and Nancy Alves
Freakiest: Jud Mitsock
Best Actress, and Best Actor: Pat Weatherlow, David Jenness
Best Sense of Humor: John Aldrich, Russell Browne
Highway Menace: Rick Schaeffer, Kirsten Nielsen
Best Athlete: Diane McNab, Mark Battista
Most Likely to Succeed: Pam Myette, Tom Hansen
Most Ail-Around: Stephen Hallowell, Merry Calassi
Class Flirts: Leigh Lench, Craig Royle
Most Individual: Sharon Paton
Mr. Gordon Leighton— Math
Mr. Lawrence Dunn— Math
Mrs. Lee Pittenger-Secretary
Mrs. Anne Welcher, R.N. —Nurse
Mrs. Isabel Ballard-French
Mr. Kenneth Sachs— Industrial Arts
Mrs. Jennifer Sylvia— English
Miss Ann Collins and Mr. Walter Kennedy-Guidance
Mrs. Agnes Reed— Business
Mr. T. Michael Burke— Career Development
Mr. Arthur Johnson— Music
Mr. Roger Jarvis— Music
Colonel James Truden— History
Mrs. Linda Bauer— Math
Mr. Vito Mazzola-lndustrial Arts
Mr. Richard Miller-English 75
Miss Crystal Gips-English
Mrs. Kendrew— Cafeteria Staff
A faculty advisor can be many things
to a class. He can be a warm body that
you can stick in a corner so that you can
legally use a part of the school, or he can
be what ours have been to us: friends
and people constantly concerned with
our activities. Mr. Leighton has helped
with our pot-luck suppers, our bake
sales, and our many, many other ven-
tures into the world of finance. He has
given us support in everything we've at-
tempted. Mr. Abate helped us direct our
Senior Class play, no mean feat, consid-
ering that he had never been involved in
a play before. He gave us a great deal of
time and energy, with a reward of a blue
silk tie for his efforts.
Both of our advisors have meant a
great deal to us. Without them, we prob-
ably would not have had many things.
They are some of the friends we will re-
member for a long time.
Future Health Careers Club
The Future Health
Careers Club has had a
very slow start this year but
Mrs. Ann Welcher as
advisor has assured the
club a better end. After all
their Ambitious activities
of last year the club has
had trouble endeavoring
on something original to
spark the medical interests
of the members. Yet with
the enthusiastic officers,
which are President Judy
Salt, Vice-President Denise
Friend, Secretary Priscilla
Bradford, and Treasurer
Sally Alander, the club
should succeed in their
Left to right: D. Sawyer, S. Johnson, ). Armstrong, I. Cooper, S. Randall, Mrs. Welcher, J. Salt, D.
Future Teachers Club
The Future Teachers
Association is a fine tribute
to the teachers at DHS.
Year after year students
join FTA in order to learn
the wondrous and
rewarding sensations of
being a teacher. The
members experience all
aspects of education
observing classes, and
actual student teaching.
Mrs. Pye as advisor sets a
fine example of how eye-
opening and thought
provoking a teacher can be
at high school level.
Left to right: S. Randall, C. Boulrice, A. Irwin, A. Berglund, C. Peterson, Mrs. Pye, L. Anderson, L.
Ready, D. Sawyer, B. Randall, D. Friend.
The Key Club
Front row: (left to right) P. Kokins, J. Tonrey, R. Cushing, C. Sonntag, R. Schaeffer, R. Browne, B. Wilson. Back row: D. Anacone,
G. Washburn, C. Roberts, B. Foster, D. Barlow, ). Whalen, ). Otsuki, L. )ohnson, M. Pittenger.
The Key Club is a service organization for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Its aim is to
develop leadership and build initiative and it works with the Kiwanis Club in achieving these
The club has sponsored many projects this year. They have held clean-ups of the football
field after home games, a clean-up of the beach and a canned goods drive at Christmas.
Officers, members, and advisors also worked on a Carnigras, a dance, and the delivery of the
This year's club has been one of the most active in the school's history and it is a tribute to
its officers, who worked extremely hard for its success.
President James Tonrey, Vice-President Michael Pittenger, Treasurer George Sonntag, Ad-
visors: Mr. Sabol, Mr. Sullivan.
Library Service Club
Left to right: (Standing) D. Hagen, A. Sears, M. Dahlen, I. Cooper, L. Borgatti, R. Cilman, B.
Randall, S. Randall, C. Merry, C. Boulerice, D. Sawyer. Sitting: (left to right) B. Cilman, Miss
The roles of the
members of the Library
Service Club range from
putting away books in the
right place to enforcing
Miss Frame's plea for a
quiet library. The members
learn all the painstaking
and tedious tasks which
make a library run
efficently. They also serve
as messengers for Miss
Frame to the rest of the
teachers; bringing movie
projectors and record
players. Do you ever
wonder why the library
always looks neat? Well,
just stop studying a minute
and you will see that Miss
Jody Frame, as advisor, has
set a high standard of
The Latin Club
The Latin Club, by
visiting local museums and
festivals, has been studying
the cultures of Greece and
Italy. This year the Latin
Club opened up to any
students interested in
broadening their cultural
intellect; whereas before it
was limited to only those
students who were
studying the Latin
language. The new
members of the club think
this policy is beneficial not
only to the growth of the
club but also to their own
personal growth. With
Miss Salisbury as advisor, Sitting: (left to right) I. Cooper, S. Randall, Miss Salisbury, A. Irwin, D. Sawyer. Center: C.
the members of the club Kretchmar. Standing: C. Boulerice, B. Randall.
are sure to receive an
exciting view of those
ancient realms which
existed so long ago.
The Student Council
The Student Council this year, under the leadership of Peggy McGrath, achieved
many goals. It set up a student advisory board which met with the school committee
once every two months. This proved to be very successful as it gained the interest of
students outside of the Student Council, resulting in a fine attendance at each meeting.
Also, communication between the students and the administration was improved vvith
the Student Council acting as the middleman. Polls were taken concerning activities
such as WKEY, the school radio, etc. and changes were made concerning the results of
the polls. On the whole, the student body took more of an interest in the school this
year and therefore became more concerned with their own government. The students,
the Student Council, and the school committee worked together in improving
communication and unifying the school.
Front row: (left to right) C Vienneau, K. Burke, L Cieleski, K. McCarthy . ). Haskell. Back row: D. Barlow, B. Wilson, P. McGrath,
M. Vienneau, C Fleming.
Front row: L. Ready, P. Walker, R. Strand, J. Newkirk, J. Bradford. Back row: ). Grady, B. Sangster, P. Myette, A. Berglund, M. Calassi, C.
Merlet, L. Anderson.
The American Field Service
The American Field Service is a worldwide organization which works to promote
understanding and peace through an interchange of living and learning experience.
This year Duxbury had two people chosen to travel abroad and we received a visitor
Our AFS Travelers
Heidi Franke spent a whole year in Brazil.
Her main problem was the fact that the
language spoken there is Portuguese. Heidi
did not know much Portuguese when she
went there, but she learned enough to baffle
her friends in Duxbury by writing to them, in
what was for them, a completely
incomprehensible language. She thinks this
year has helped a great deal to gain
confidence in herself and she is glad she got a
chance to go.
Runa Strand, our AFS'er, says she got
acquainted with AFS through the students that
have visited her town of Larvik in the last two
years. Runa has been involved in helping with
our school newspaper and she was a dancer
in the Bay Players production of "Pajama
Game". She says, "I have never regretted that
I applied, because this year in Duxbury has
been such a wonderful experience for me."
Jim Bradford went to Australia for the summer.
He climbed mountains, went sight-seeing and
tasted every kinds of beer in Australia. He too,
considered it a great experience and we were glad
that Duxbury had such a good representative.
Class of 1973
Treasurer, M. Galassi; President, C. Powers;
Secretary, K. Desmarais. Missing from
picture: Vice-President, S. Lougee.
Class of 1974
Secretary, L. Queenie
President, ). Freely
Vice-President, M. Pittenger
Treasurer, F. Fleming
Class of 1975
Front row: Vice-President, R. Powers; President, T. King
Back row: Secretary, K. Brodie; Treasurer, L. Maguire.
Tournament of Plays
The Tournament of Plays is always a tense
competition, but this year was especially close, with
only one point separating each of the plays in the final
The Junior Class presented a comedy, "The Apollo
of Bellac" with Brian Cilman as the Apollo, Susan
Mathewson as Agnes, his pupil, and Robert Wilson,
Agnes' greatest triumph. The play concerned the
Apollo teaching Agnes, that no man can resist being
told he is handsome and the mix-ups that occur as
Agnes uses this knowledge. It was a great play with
some very fine acting.
The Sophomore presented "The Hitch-hiker", an
extremely exciting drama about a man's obsession
with a hitch-hiker he sees on the road and his shock
when he learns that his family and friends are holding
his funeral, believing him to be dead. With Kip Keith
as the main character and Margaret Reid and Charles
Kretchmar as hitch-hikers, the play was one of the
best dramas that has ever been presented at DHS.
The winning play, presented by the freshmen, was
"Kiss Me Quick I'm Double-parked". Chris Aghayan
and Maren Carlson were the leads with Debbie
Hagen. The play revolved around a dentist and his
secretary and their extremely funny and roundabout
Senior Class Play
The Senior Class play presented on
Dec. 8 and 9 was "Much Ado about
Nothing" by William Shakespeare.
Directed by Pat Weatherlow, with Mr.
Abate as the advisor, the play had two
intermingled plots. Beatrice, played
by Pam Myette, and Benedick, played
by Jim Bradford, carried on a modern
quarrel between a man and a woman
in an ancient language, while Janet
Dimase and David Jenness provided
the leads for the more serious parts of
the play. Other main characters were
played by Steven Sbraccia, John
Greer, and Paul Ehrenzeller. This play
involved many people who had never
acted before and after only five
weeks of rehearsals, we presented a
very well acted production for our
Senior Class play.
The National Thespian Society
Back row: B. Wilson, K. Nielsen, A. Irwin, ). Aldrich, J. Haskell, B. Weatherlow, R. Greer, C. Cushing, C. Merlet, P. Myette, M. Williams,
D. Friend. Middle row: J. Mitsock, D. Jenness, P. Weatherlow. Front row: S. Sbraccia, B. Sangster, J. Bradford, I. Cieleski.
George: Gee Mabel, Wherefore art those Thesbians?
(small voice from the background) "Thespians."
Mabel: Oh, they've been here for two years now. We
just can't get rid of those Thesbians.
(small voice from the background) "Thespians."
George: What are they doing?
Mabel: Running around.
George: No, I mean for the theater, you know.
Mabel: You just wouldn't believe . . .
George: Try me.
Mabel: Well my God, George, we just gave you two
examples of their fine organizational power and great
George: Oh, was that what it was?
Mabel: Yes, George, these Thesbians just get into
(Large black voice wearing a "Freak badge" from
Hoardso— background) "Hey man, I told you twice
You get it?
George: Got it.
The Majorettes, under the direction
of Mrs. Sally Campbell, have ended
another successful year. After many
years of nonsupport, the D. H. S.
Majorettes have finally got it "all
together." Their participation in the
football games, both in the stands and
on the field, at the Pops Concerts in
the Spring and at the Annual
Tournament in East Bridgewater
proves that these girls have plenty of
spirit. Captain: Barbara Brehm; Co-
Captains: Kirsten Nielsen, Cindy
The Band has been steadily improving for the last
few years, as evidenced by the high quality of their
performances this year. They are much more cohe-
sive, each section blending with the others, and
with direction from Mr. Arthur Johnson; the band
has been at their best this year. For the first year, the
football game halftime shows included marching
formations. We hope that the band will keep up
their good playing and, who knows, maybe the
good music can help our football team to more
Again this year the Band conducted a fund-rais-
ing campaign. It was a great success and the money
will provide for a banquet in the spring. Last year
the Band had their first banquet at Winsor's from
the money they had raised. All had fun and a good
The Choir has been attempting more and more diffi-
cult and varied pieces of music this year. Their choices at
their Christmas Concert ranged from the classics such as
a part of Handel's "Messiah" to a piece written only six
months ago. Mr. Jarvis has taught them not only what
beautiful music can sound like, but how to sing it. They
have done exercises in breathing and in reading music,
and it has helped them to give a more professional
sound to their music. They are getting better every year
and we think they will keep going that way.
Front row: (left to right) B. Stewart, P. Bradford, C. Aghjayan. Middle row: S. Sbraccia, C. Merlet, P. Weatherlow, R. Finn, D. Friend. Back
row: D. Roberts, ). Haskell, ). Aldrich, J. Greer, R. Strand, Mr. Chamberlain.
September of 1972 started off badly for the Key. The staff of the previous year, then all juniors, was now a
staff of busy seniors. Mrs. Irene W. Sherwood, long time advisor of the paper retired. The staff was cramped
for space in their old facilities, and there was no capital to work with.
The first month of school was spent overcoming these problems. A new spacious media center was ob-
tained. Mr. Tony Chamberlain became the advisor. The school committee came through with financial aid,
and some underclassmen were recruited. The first edition rolled off the presses in October— but the next
issue would not arrive until December. New blood was pumped into the staff with the aid of Mr. Chamber-
lain's journalism class, and by January the paper was on its feet again.
The key has been steadily improving; the staff is now capable of coping with its enlargement from a small
paper to a tabloid. More pages were added; and thanks to substantial ad revenue, the price has been
Long range plans for the paper included an occasional magazine supplement to the regular paper, town-
wide circulation, and a more active voice for the students.
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Standing (left to right) P. Orrichio, J. Aldrich, S. Sbraccia, ). Haskell, J. Bradford. Kneeling: R. Blanton, M. Collins.
Wkey, started in 1971, grew rapidly this year, and became a firmly established student activity. There is
now a minimum working staff of nine. Over the past year, student radio Wkey has survived many problems
ranging from lack of listener interest, to overreaction of "Modernistic" type programming.
Seemingly always in the middle of things, the radio station has been a stepping stone for some of its per-
sonnel into other areas of the media. For others it was a catalyst that stimulated their sense of responsibility.
Programming has remained flexible, with news, sports and weather remaining constant denominators.
Over the past year the student body has heard the rise and fall of such programs as "DHS Gossip", "Sports
World Roundup", and "Comedy News". Wkey expanded its sports coverage to include live broadcasts of all
home football, basketball, hockey and baseball games.
Future plans for Wkey include disc-jockeys, a 10 watt FM radio station instead of the current PA system,
and the possibility of closed circuit television.
Front row: (left to right) A. Irwin, P. Myette, S. Hallowed, ). Greer, S. Sbraccia, ). Bradford, P. Weatherlow. Back row: M. Calassi,
M. Otsuki, C Merlet, A. Berglund, D. Friend, C. Powers, K. Nielsen.
Well, the Seniors did it again and we hope you're
pleased. We made a yearbook for you (for us, actually). If
you want to congratulate anyone on the fine job they did,
you can start with Pam Myette (the editor). Poor girl, she'll
never be the same. If you happen to run across Meredith
Galassi, you might compliment her, too. She was the lay-
out editor and looking through this book, you have to admit
it's the epitome of that great art of putting things together in
a nice way. Pat Weatherlow (the literary editor) did okay, I
guess. She did have a very exasperating habit of getting all
the literature to Merry two days before the deadline, but, as
they say, all's well that ends. Phil Fontaine and Larry
Vienneau are mostly responsible for the so-called art work
you see here. And Miss Gips, our advisor . . . that woman
has a lot of courage, be sure to give her many con-
gratulations when you see her. There are at least one thou-
sand other people. Kirsten Nielsen, our business manager
(you know, money) should get a handshake of thanks.
There was Connie Merlet, and the Ellens McGarigal and
Maguire, Kim Desmarais, Melodie Young, and . . . and . . .
well, you know who you are (don't you?) We hope you like
our creation and if you don't, you can try your best in your
senior year to top it. Okay?
Photography Editor— Steve Sbraccia
Business Manager— Kirsten Nielsen
Literary Editor- Pat Weatherlow
Editor-in-chief— Pam Myette
Art Editor— Phil Fontaine
Layout Editor-Merry Galassi
Kim Desmarais— Typist
Larry Vienneau-Title Page, Activity Divider, some
Dave Hammond-Sports Divider, some ads
Ellen Maguire— Senior Divider, some ads
Ellen McGarigal and Melodie Young— Class game
This year's football team, although plaqued by injuries throughout the
season, managed to complete a misleading 3-6 record in the course of the
season, second best in the team's history. The Dragon squad lost three of
their games by one touchdown or less, and were leading in the Hanover
game going into the fourth quarter. This year's seniors will be sorely missed
by next year's squad. This group includes senior signal caller Mark Battista,
the hard-running David Wilber, tackles Wally Greely and Rick Schaffer, end
Paul Erhenzella, and the clutch punting of Bob Foster. Despite these losses,
next year's squad is eagerly awaiting for next year, since almost the whole
defense is returning. This includes our superlative defensive ends, Jay Wha-
len and David MacCallum, our linebacking duo of Dave Anacone and Jeff
Bolster, in addition to Jack McCarthy, George Cobb, and all-star Chuck
Front row: (left to right) B. Foster, M. Battista, D. Wilbur, R. Schaffer, W. Greeley, J. Haskell, M. Kennedy. Middle Row: Col. Truden, B.
Wilson, R. Hoover, G. Cobb, J. Chase, J. Whalen, B. Simmons, ). Bolster, D. MacCallum, D. Fulmer. Back row: Mr. Sabol, D. Anacone, C.
Johnson, J. McCarthy, B. Collins, D. Pierce, G. Conroy, S. Haskell, C. Roberts, R. Johnson, Mr. Pagnano.
Front row: (left to right) R. Kendrew, B. Pitts, P. Charles, M. Pittenger, M. Mueller, ). Bar-
rows, G. Washburn, J. Tonrey, j. Bradford, L. Johnson, J. Otsuki, K. Shea, A. Pollack. Back
row: Mr. Reed, B. Benevento, P. Ayers, C. Lindy, P. Hodgekins, R. Burke, P. Barboza, P.
Stokes, B. Pollack, D. h illard, P. Brown, R. Blanton, D. Anderson, Mr. Cass.
The 1972 DHS Soccer team which was led by Jim Tonrey and Greg
Washburn, continued its long dominance of the SSSA by coming from
behind on the final day of the season to tie for the league champion-
ship. For six years the Dragons have led the league.
Senior co-captains Jim Tonrey and Greg Washburn scored 24 and 14
goals respectively while seniors Larry Johnson and Jim Bradford led the
defense. Supporting the seniors were junior linemen, Jim Barrows and
Rick Kendrew, along with Mark Drummey, Paul Charles and Mike Pit-
tenger in the backfield. The two goalies, Ed Vickers and Kevin Shea,
did an outstanding job in the nets. Mike Mueller and Andy Pollock
were also a great asset to the team.
Two wins over Westport and Masconomet in the State Tournament
highlighted the end of the season before finally losing to the hands of
Lexington which ended an outstanding season at 14-4-1.
The 1972 season had many ups and downs for the Field Hockey team.
Playing an extended schedule in which they had to play all teams twice, the
team finished with a fine 7 wins 2 losses and 5 ties to end up in a tie for
Much credit for this successful season has to go to the seniors on the
squad, Moira Otsuki, Diane MacNab, Vicki Carlson, Kim Desmarais, Liz
Storrs, Merry Galassi, Jill Cislaghi, and Cathy Powers. All of them made ma-
jor contributions, both in play and in boosting the team's spirit. Perhaps their
greatest contribution was their demonstration of a strong team spirit late in
the season when they were all "benched" so that the underclassmen could
gain some valuable playing experience. The seniors enthusiastically helped
their teammates with much helpful advice and encouragement.
Highlights of the season were:
1. Vicki Carlson's high scoring with 7 goals and 4 assists. She was also voted
Most Valuable Player by her teammates.
2. Two thrilling 1-0 victories back-to-back over Cohasset and Hanover.
3. Extending the teams unbeaten streak to 51 games by going undefeated
through their first 5 games.
4. The team's 2 shutouts of high-scoring Cohasset.
5. The team's 11 shutouts in 14 games and the fine goaltending of Eileen
6. The strong defensive play of halfback Peg McGrath and fullbacks Diane
MacNab and Jane Garrity.
The future of the "Dragon Ladies" looks real bright as they will have 14
experienced players returning to the squad next year.
Miss Audrey Hibbett-J.V. coach
Front row: (left to right) V. Carlson, K. Desmarais, M. Otsuki D. MacNab, D. Canty, M. Galassi,
C. Powers. Middle row: P. McGrath, E. Grealey, C. Murphy, H. Pierce, T. O'Neil, S. Vienneau, K.
Brodie. Back row: C. Ayers, B. Kellar, L. Neubauer, ). Cislaghi, L. Anderson, K. Marconi, J. Gar-
rity, H. Hammond.
Duxbury's 1972 Cross-Country team
came back in great strength this year.
Captain Randy Hoel was the prime con-
tender in most races, as he placed 1st on
the team in 10 of 16 meets but for the
first time he was challenged by other
team members. Newcomer Bill Des-
mond beat him by seconds in the other
six meets, while Marty Earl, Rob Fergu-
son, Kevin Hubbard all had a number of
seconds to their credit. Mr. Clark has
good hopes for next year's team and will
show other towns he will not give up.
Front row (left to right): K. Barclay, B. Ferguson, R. Hoel, D. Hubbard, M. Cy-
winski. Back row: B. Desmond, D. Mugford, M. Earl, T. Tanner, F. Gazzola, J.
Taylor, A. Colvin, Mr. Clark.
The 1972-73 DHS Wrestling Team,
captained by Bruce Ballard, Randy Hoel,
and Michael Vienneau, burst into the
scene with remarkable strength in al-
most every weight class, and kept it go-
ing throughout the season. The squad,
although competing against such large
schools as Brockton and Brookline, suc-
ceded in maintaining a fine record.
Such stand outs as Greg Muller, Bruce
Ballard, Randy Hoel, George Cobb and
Dennis Simmons all played vital parts in
the team's success. Only losing one se-
nior, next year's team should be the
team to watch.
Ice Hockey, coached by Mr.
David Murphy, has progressed
through its infancy and is emerg-
ing as a power sport at DHS.
Under the leadership of tri-
captains Steve Halowell, Mark
Battista and Paul Morgan this
year's team is anxiously looking
forward to what appears to be
the best season Duxbury High
School Hockey team has experi-
enced. With the loss of only 6
seniors, many experienced play-
ers are returning with very high
Front row: (left to right) ). Bolster, C. McCarthy, P. Ayers, T. Desmarais, S. Hallowell, P. Morgan, M. Battista, J. Otsuki, S. Tenney, P.
Sheppard, D. Kennison, J. Cuilderson. Back row: P. Kokins, C. Royle, M. Dewire, K. McCarthy, J. Taylor, L. Maddox, B. Desmond, R.
Cushing, Mr. Murphy.
Front row (left to right): B. Foster, G. Washburn, ). Tonrey, C. Roberts, B. Collins. Back row: B. MacDon-
ald, C Sonntag, M. Kennedy, M. Lagakis, D. MacCallum, E. Vickers.
This year's team in varsity basket-
ball has shown that it can be on the
top of the South Shore League. Strong
wins over Hanover and East Bridge-
water have shown this. The best game
of the year was against Middleboro
with Duxbury coming out on top 55-
54. Until that game, Middleboro was
in first place with a record of 3-0 and
Duxbury with a record of 1-2 in the
league. The South Shore League has
really no number one team this year.
All the teams are about the same in
strength with Middleboro having a
The varsity team consists of Jim
Tonrey, co-capt., Chip Sonntag, co-
capt., Mike Kennedy, Ed Vickers, Bob
MacDonald, Mark Lagakis, Greg
Washburn, Bob Foster, Dave MacCal-
lum, Chuck Roberts, and Bob Collins.
Front row (left to right): S. Peters (manager), Miss Too-
lin, K. Nielsen (manager). Second row: J. Cislaghi, A.
Berglund, D. Canty, K. McArthur. Third row: E.
Grealey, M. Calassi, K. Burke, C. McCall, H. Pierce.
Sitting: M. Otsuki.
The 1972-73 girls' basketball team, coached by Miss Jane
Toolin, should have a fine record. However, even with the
excellent coaching, with the co-captains Moria Otsuki and
Merry Galassi, and the great potential of every one of the
players, something is lacking. Jill Cislaghi provides the kind
of enthusiasm of spirit every team needs. She gives 100%
constantly. Debbie Canty, a great driver, never fails to find a
hole to dribble through to make the basket. Karen
McArthur plays a great defense by clogging up the middle
of the key and her offense is also good, especially when she
is off her feet. Laura Hyer, the tallest on the team has an un-
beatable jumpshot which enables her to pop the ball
through the hoop, seemingly with no effort. Co-captain
Merry Galassi, as always, plays a tough defense. She has a
good shot from outside with an unique style of shooting. Ei-
leen Grealey, a quick aggressive player, does not let anyone
intimidate her. Co-captain Moira Otsuki, very aggressive,
shoots from almost anywhere on the court besides con-
trolling the place of the game. Jane Garrity, the star of last
year's team was sidelined with a knee injury for the first half
of the season. The members remaining, consisting of Alison
Berglund, Holly Pierce, Kathy Burke, and Cathy McCall,
have helped and contributed a great deal to the team. With
five games remaining, it is hoped that the team will begin to
It looks as though this year's tennis team will be playing
with the loss of one of its best players: Stephen Hallowell.
However, the team has five returning letterman this year;
senior Mike Mueller, juniors Richard Burke, Matt Fogarty,
Paul Barboza and Grant Southard. Another player that will
be an asset to our team is sophomore Scott Rich from Min-
nesota. The coach who is coaching his second year is Randy
Look. For the past six years we have placed second in our
league with Cohasset being first. We also went to the states
last year and got as far as quarter-finals. During the final
match we were rained out with three matches finished— two
losses and one win. Harrison Muller playing 2nd singles and
Mike Mueller and Matt Fogarty playing 2nd doubles had to
come back the next day to finish their match. Both lost and
that's as far as the team got. We hope to have a very strong
team this year and capture the position of League Champs
'lilt , ■
Under the new leadership of Coach Miss jane
Toolin, the 1972 Girls' Tennis team had a pro-
gressive and most of all a fun-filled spring. All the
girls gave to the team in one way or another
which provided the practices with a lot of laughs
and the matches with a lot of spirit. Alison Ber-
glund never failed to break-up the team with her
quick wit yet, she also amazed everyone with her
impenetrable net game. Two freshmen, Sue Pe-
ters and Cathy McCall, were the strength and
backbone of the team, never having lost a
match. A new addition, Holly Pierce, showed the
most improvement as she gained power and ex-
perience in such a short time. Each match
proved the team had a lot of individual talent
and if they can put this talent all together, 1973
should be a smashing season.
Front row (left to right): M. Anderson, S. Wyman, ). Tonrey, P. Orrichio, T. King. Back row: C. Chandler, E.
Vickers, J. Garrity, M. Battista, D. Savastano, G. Francke, S. Savastano, Mr. Murphy.
The 1972 Duxbury High School Baseball Team,
captained by David and Steve Savastano, finished
their season with a record of 13 wins, 6 losses. The
team wound-up in first place with Cohasset, co-
champions of the South Shore League's Western
Division. Entering the Eastern Mass. Tournament,
the team represented the Western Division, beating
Nauset 2-1 in the preliminary round. The loss was to
Holbrook 4-1 in the quarter-finals.
One of the highlights of the season was a no-hit-
ter pitched by Mark Battista against Apponequet
giving Duxbury a 4-0 win. Three boys were also
chosen to represent Duxbury on the Wester Divi-
sion All-Star Team: Mark Battista, co-captain (2nd
year), Mark Anderson (2nd year), Jim Tonrey.
The key member of the team was Mark Battista
as he led the team in batting with an average of .439
and guided Duxbury with his pitching to the quar-
ter-finals of the Eastern Mass. State Tournament.
Jim Tonrey led the team in stolen bases and home-
runs and was considered a very valuable player.
The 1973 Baseball Team is expected to do well
but is also predicted to meet stiffer competition be-
cause of the new league adjustments. The Duxbury
team will work around a good nucleus with three
returning freshman and two juniors, Mark Battista
and Jim Tonrey, who are co-captains elect.
Front row (left to right): C. Powers, E. Crealey, IM. Kendrew, D. McNab, J. Burdick, J.
Cislaghi. Back row: Miss Brooks, J. Garrity, E. Ferrell, D. Canty, J. Murphy, M. Galassi, N.
Merrick, M. Williams.
The Girls' Softball team of
1972, coached by Miss Deborah
Brooks, was a strong, but young
squad. There was great potential
in all of the players, but experi-
ence was lacking. It was a build-
ing season in which everyone
improved with each game.
The team ended with a 4-6
record, however there were
many exciting minutes. Against
Avon, Eileen Grealey hit a
homer in the 10th inning to
break a tie and win the game 14-
13. Merry Galassi did the same
against Apponequet, when she
belted a 3-run homer in the 7th
inning to win the game 20-17 for
DHS. Jane Garrity and Diane
McNab were strong both defen-
sively and offensively. Nancy
Merrick, on the mound, per-
formed very well and Jill Cislaghi
did a fine relief job. The spring
looks good with many experi-
enced players returning.
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The DHS Track and Field Team had some
outstanding players in the spring of 1972, who
improved with every meet. They were Chip
Sonntag, Jim Barrows, Hugh Fellows, Jim
Fallon, and Randy Hoel. The team was espe-
cially good in the discus, shot-put, and the 440
yard run. Coaches Daniel Kostreva and Regi-
nald Clark were most enthused with the
strong young team of last year and both have
great expectations for the spring.
Front row (left to right): Mr. Hayes, P. Carignan, R. Kendrew, B. Cline, P. Teravainen.
Back row: R. Merry, C. Royle, P. Brown, B. Foster.
The Duxbury Golf team lead
by Peter Teravainen, Craig
Royle, Bob Foster, Rick Ken-
drew, Peter Carignan, Brandt
Cline and David Brown am-
massed a 18-2 record and the
Co-Championship of the South
Shore League. During the regular
season the varsity played in
snow, sleet, rain while defeating
such teams as Plymouth,
Braintree and Scituate. The end
of the golf season saw Duxbury
playing in the states, and finish-
ing in the top 10.
The 1973 season will see var-
sity members C. Royle, B. Foster
and R. Kendrew scrambling for
the number 1 position and the
right to lead Duxbury to another
victory in the South Shore
Left to right: D. Chapdelaine, ). Burdick, D. Marshall, D. Sansone, D. Anderson, L. Wirt, K. Mac-
Callum, J. Murphy (sitting).
A familar sight at sports
events during the 1972-
1973 year, were the DHS
cheerleaders. Under the
leadership of captain
Jeanne Murphy, this year's
team consists of juniors:
Joyce Burdick, Denise
Chapdelaine, Debbie Mar-
shall and Lisa Wirt. Soph-
omores: Kim MacCallum,
Donna Sansone and Deb-
bie Anderson. This year's
squad tried to increase on
school spirit and participa-
tion. They worked many
hours and, with that extra-
added ability of the girls,
accomplished a great deal
during the 1972-1973
On February 2 and 3, DHS presented the
greatest musical ever. Never before in the history
of Duxbury Theatre has the auditorium been a
sell-out with "standing room only" both nights!
Mr. Richard Miller and Mr. Roger Jarvis com-
bined their experienced directing to get the very
best from the enthusiastic cast. Jack Haskell,
playing the title role, acted and sung with the
ease of a professional. Pretty Pat Weatherlow
made the delightful songs come alive.
Many others backed up the leads with great
acting and singing. The Barbershop Quartet of
Dana Sawyer, John Greer, Jeff Richards, and
Brian Gilman provided some good laughs, while
little David Wooster surprised and enthralled the
audience with his booming voice.
Connie Charles, Debby Hagen, Barbara
Weatherlow, Barbara Brehm and Janet Robinson
did some fine characterizations of stubborn
All in all, the reaction of the audience truly
proved that this was the show to end all shows.
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